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  2. Advertising

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  3. To-Day's Weather

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 23 words
  4. FLOOD IN COOK'S RIVER.

    A PHOTO TAKEN YESTERDAY AFTERNOON SHOWING THE FLOODWATERS OF COOK'S RIVER SPREADING OVER THE FLATS. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 20 words
  5. SHIPPING AND STEALING

    Since the last big strike ceased and things began to settle back towards the normal, there has been a good deal of contradictory talk regarding the effect of the changes introduced in ...

    Article : 1,311 words
  6. A GOULBURN MYSTERY

    The stoppage of the Goulburn water supply, which was threatened during the Christmas week, has been overcome, but no satisfactory explanation has been put forward for the ...

    Article : 219 words
  7. TALKING PEACE AT BREST LITOVSK

    Baron von Kublmann, leader of the German delegation, and Count Czernin, the Austrian Foreign Minister, speaking at Brest-Litovsk, at the peace negotiations. ...

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  8. AUSTRALIA'S CASUALTIES

    In a weekly return issued by the Defence Department to-day, casualties in the A.I.F. to date are shown. Under the new system the casualties among officers and among men are ...

    Article : 69 words
  9. GERMAN COLONIES

    The Spectator, referring to Lloyd George's speech on the Allies' war aims, says : "If the principle of redemption is not honestly and thoroughly carried out, we have the seeds of ...

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  10. GUN DUELS AND RAIDS

    Sir Douglas Haig's report says: There is hostile artillery file eastward of Vimy Ridge. We repulsed an enemy raid to the southward of Armentieres, and dispersed working parties ...

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  11. MORE SHELLS HUN EVER

    Mr. Winston Churchill, in a speech at the American Luncheon Club, said that the German reception of Mr. Wilson's and Mr. Lloyd George's speeches showed a veritable abyss ...

    Article : 222 words
  12. POLICE AND FIREMEN'S CARNIVAL

    The police and fire brigades services are this year making a big effort to augment the funds of the public hospital, and, in conjunction with their annual ...

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  13. IS THE ROAD TO PEACE OPEN?

    The Observatore Romano (Rome), in an inspired article, points out the fundamental agreement between the peace aims speech made by President Wilson and the ...

    Article : 333 words
  14. LESS CRIME ON SOUTH COAST

    Statistics of crime for the past year, as compiled by the police for the district of Helensburgh to Milton, show a decrease on the previous year of 33 per cent. Particulars of the ...

    Article : 145 words
  15. AIR-RAIDING IN ITALY

    A British communique relating to operations on the Italian front says:—Our aeroplanes attacked enemy aerial formations. Seven hostile machines were sent ...

    Article : 94 words
  16. BUILDING A RAILWAY

    The Barmedman-Rankin's Springs Railways League (writes our Temora correspondent) is a live, businesslike body. Some time ago the Government stated that owing to the shortage ...

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  17. PEACE TERMS

    It is expected that on Monday Count von Hertling, the German Chancellor, will announce Germany's reply to President Wilson's and Mr. Lloyd George's speeches on the war aims and ...

    Article : 136 words
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  19. REMNANTS OF GERMAN FORCE

    A War Office announcement on the East African campaign says:— A small exhausted German force, short of food and ammunition, moved up the Lujenda ...

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  20. BRITAIN'S FOOD SUPPLY

    The Treasury has granted the sum of £800,000 for cold-storage extensions at ports, including Devonport, Manchester, Liverpool, Cardiff, and Bristol, the aim being to increase the frozen ...

    Article : 94 words
  21. AUSTRALIAN LOANS

    The Commonwealth Bank has taken over from the London County and Westminster Bank the management and inscription of all Tasmanian loans, aggregating £9,000,000. The ...

    Article : 57 words
  22. LONG WALK BY TWO GIRLS

    Doris Kerr and Doris Oliver, 16 years of age, left their homes in Ballarat during the week and walked to Melbourne. Their disappearance was reported by their parents, and Sergt. ...

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  23. SOLDIER'S WRETCHED STORY

    George Gore, a returned soldier, was charged at the Police Court with shooting his wife, Beatrice Gore, yesterday, intending to kill her. Gore voluntarily stated to the police that he ...

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  24. DRIVEN TO EARTH

    A message from Amsterdam states that according to the Echo de Beige the Germans arc constructing immense concrete underground hangars, from which their aeroplanes will ...

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  25. CABLES IN BRIEF

    It is officially announced that Vice-Admiral Bacon has been appointed Controller of the Munitions Inventions Department. He succeeds Colonel Goold Adams. ...

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  26. UNKNOWN MAN KILLED

    The battered and broken body of a middle-aged man was found near the line at Narracan railway bridge, near Moc, to-day. It is thought that he arrived at Mce late last night, and was ...

    Article : 99 words
  27. FUTURE OF DARDANELLES

    A message from Copenhagen states that a Russian newspaper reports that representatives of Russia and the Central Powers have arrived at Odessa to discuss the Black Sea questions ...

    Article : 45 words
  28. AUSTRALIAN MINING

    Australian mining stocks were quoted on the London Stock Exchange to-day as follows:—British Broken Hill, b 38/, s 39/; Broken, b 55/, s 56/; Broken Hill Block 10, b 25/3, s ...

    Article : 60 words
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